Photoshop Elements

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by John Lee, Oct 20, 2004.

  1. John Lee

    John Lee Guest

    I use a Pentax Optio 330GS and download and sort into folders using ACDSee.
    Unfortunately my version of ACDSee does not provide the facility to add text
    to pictures. I can do this easily with Paintshop, PhotoPlus or PhotoExpress,
    all of which have pretty good other editing facilities as well. My problem
    is that while in ACDSee I can see all the original camera information
    (exposure etc) when I edit in different software all that information is
    lost when the image is saved. Can anyone advise whether or not Photoshop
    Elements will overcome this, or is it something which happens regardless of
    the editing software used? Thanks. John
     
    John Lee, Oct 20, 2004
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    Steve Hix Guest

    In article <L1vdd.75$>,
    "John Lee" <> wrote:

    > I use a Pentax Optio 330GS and download and sort into folders using ACDSee.
    > Unfortunately my version of ACDSee does not provide the facility to add text
    > to pictures. I can do this easily with Paintshop, PhotoPlus or PhotoExpress,
    > all of which have pretty good other editing facilities as well. My problem
    > is that while in ACDSee I can see all the original camera information
    > (exposure etc) when I edit in different software all that information is
    > lost when the image is saved. Can anyone advise whether or not Photoshop
    > Elements will overcome this, or is it something which happens regardless of
    > the editing software used? Thanks. John


    Photoshop Elements 2 save the information along with the picture file.
    (Just tested it.)
     
    Steve Hix, Oct 20, 2004
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    mcgyverjones Guest

    "Steve Hix" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > In article <L1vdd.75$>,
    > "John Lee" <> wrote:
    >

    snip
    >> My problem
    >> is that while in ACDSee I can see all the original camera information
    >> (exposure etc) when I edit in different software all that information is
    >> lost when the image is saved. Can anyone advise whether or not Photoshop
    >> Elements will overcome this, or is it something which happens regardless
    >> of
    >> the editing software used? Thanks. John

    >
    > Photoshop Elements 2 save the information along with the picture file.
    > (Just tested it.)


    It depends on what you've done to the image.
     
    mcgyverjones, Oct 21, 2004
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